Getting Back to Basics on Cyber Hardening Safety and Security Systems

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Hear general lessons learned, best practices, pros and cons, and where to get assistance for cyber hardening planning.

Originally conducted 24 June 2021.

The convergence of cyber and physical security has never been more important as more security devices are added to a network.

This session will focus on cybersecurity best practices for physical security implementations. The panel will include an open discussion on the fundamentals of cyber hardening multi-vendor integrated solutions, the goal of “base” level system hardening and how to address complications across cyber hardening settings in a multi-vendor platform. Attendees will hear real-life examples of applying individual cyber hardening guide setting across a unified surveillance system from camera to VMS through computing and storage as well as general lessons learned, best practices, pros and cons, and where to get assistance.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Attendees will better understand the fundamentals of cyber hardening a camera, the VMS and server, and storage
  • Attendees will comprehend the cause and effect of implementing and turning off service across the system.
  • Attendees will be able to apply what they have learned to their own network for better security

Credit Information

Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.

Presenters*

David Grey joined Genetec in April 2018 as a Product Manager, and is now the Appliances Product Line Manager. In this role, he acts as the commercial lead for the Genetec appliance line, and overseeing relationships with Genetec certified third party storage vendors. Prior to joining Genetec, David worked as a product manager for a digital storage manufacturer, gaining five years of experience in the IT industry.

Vince Ricco is an Eco-System Solutions Strategist who partners with complementary industry leading technology companies and relevant go to market channels to provide “Best of Breed” Safety and Security Solutions and Architectures. After over two decades of technology industry experience, Vince understands the value of technology partnerships and associated integration channels to provide seamless end-to-end solutions that provide the best in customer outcomes.

Ryan Zatolokin is the business development manager, senior technologist for the business development team of Axis Communications. His primary focus is cybersecurity as well as positioning and promoting Axis technology in conjunction with the hardware and software technologies of eco-system partners.

 

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